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Oct 7, 2012 9:00am PDT
romney will deliver a foreign policy speech at the virginia military institute in lexington. then on tuesday, both candidates will be in the midwest. the president will campaign in ohio, while mitt romney will campaign in ohio. >>> meanwhile, a brand-new poll from the university of denver shows the president with a 4-point lead, taken right after the first debate. and in florida, mitt romney thanked the campaign volunteers with a pizza, they urged the people to vote and vote early. >>> meanwhile, debating the debate, still the rage inside and outside the beltway. senior adviser robert gibbs sought to take the attention off the performance, while mitt romney found parallels. >> i think you're going to see a very engaged president that is ready and willing to call out whichever mitt romney shows up. >> and you have to admit that is not the president who showed up in the first debate? >> again, i'm not going to take away from mitt's masterful, theater performance. he did a great job, everything but learning tab dance. >> romney has two advantages, first, there are two major dif
Oct 6, 2012 9:00am PDT
about mitt romney has to drop his line about the 8 plus percent from his campaign speeches, how much does that hurt him? >> as i said, he's been saying 8%. the president has been promising 8%. he hasn't delivered. that's one of the main attacks governor romney has been using, he's been bringing up that number repeatedly on the campaign trail. yesterday what you saw was the governor sort of switched and talking about 11% number which is the number if everybody was still looking -- the amount of people still looking for jobs from 2008 were looking now it would would be 11. he's going to say we haven't done enough. president obama acknowledged that in his remarks saying what we've been doing month after month, we're making headway, adding jobs each month but we haven't done enough. >> susan, back to wednesday night here. there's a new report on the president's assessment of his own doe bait performance. here's what glen thrush writes in politico "at first obama didn't think his performance was a complete disaster. but he began seriously mourning by watching excerpts of his own tentative
Oct 6, 2012 4:00am PDT
're going to see come on, come around on october 16th when he faces off with mitt romney again. >> what about this, ed? i want to play what maritt romn said, his 40% line. take a listen. >> clearly,s in a campaign with hundreds if not thousands of speeches and question and answer sessions, now and then you're going to say something that doesn't come ot right. in this case i said something that's completely wrong. this whole campaign is about the 100%. >> two-part question here. was this going to be his answer, had he gotten the chance in the debate to give it, but since he didn't get that chance, he had to trot it out in a postdebate interview? >> not only dl he have to trot it out in the first postdebate interview, trot it out before yesterday's job numbers. clearly, yes, this appeared to be the answer he was ready and willing to give during the debate. it have been a good one. giving it to sean, perhaps not as effective as in front of 65 million watching the debate or a campaign speech on thursday somehow finding a way to bring it up's clearly, yes, they understand that has to go away
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